Ahhh, the dreaded slice. It starts out OK but takes a right turn in midair and flies headlong into whatever trouble is lurking down the right side. It happens when the clubface at impact is open to the path of the swing. Golf Digest Teaching Professional Rick Smith
says you can use your wristwatch to eliminate a slice. If you're wearing a watch on your left wrist (right wrist for left-handers), you have the key to squaring the clubface. "On the downswing, as your club is approaching the ball, focus on rolling your watch face over so it's pointing to the ground in the follow-through," Smith says. "This'll get you to rotate your forearms and close the face enough before impact to beat that banana ball."
-- Ron Kaspriske